roadstead, or water*, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, the one entering first shall depart first, unless she is in such condition as to warrant extending her stay. In any case, the ship which arrived later has the right to notify the other through the competent local authority authority that within 24 hours she will leave such port, harbor, roadstead, or waters, the one first entering, however, having the right to depart within that time. If the one first entering leaves, the notifying ship must observe the prescribed interval of 24 hours. If a delay beyond 24 hours from the time of arrival is granted, the termination of the cause of delay will be considered the time of arrival in deciding the right of priority in. departing. departing. Divides Belligerents Vessels of a belligerent shall not be permitted to depart successively successively from any port, harbor, roadstead, or waters, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States at such intervals as will delay the departure of a ship of war of an opposing belligerent from such ports, harbors, rood- steads, or waters, for more than 24 hours beyond her desired time of sailing. If, however, the departure departure of several ships of war and merchant ships of opposing belligerents from the same port, harbor, roadstead, or. waters is involved, the crder of their departure departure therefrom shall be so arranged arranged as to afford the opportunity opportunity of leaving alternately to the vessels of the opposing belligerents, belligerents, and to cause the least detention detention consistent with the objects objects of this proclamation. All belligerent vessels sha!! refrain refrain from use of their radio and signal apparatus while in the harbors, ports,' roadsteads, or waters, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, except for calls of distress and communica-. tions connected with safe navigation navigation or arrangements for the arrival arrival of the vessel within, or departure departure from, such harbors, ports, roadsteads, or waters, or passage through such waters; provided that such communications communications will not be of direct material material aid to the belligerent in tlie conduct of military operations against an opposing belligerent. The radio of belligerent merchant merchant vessels may be sealed by the authorities of the United States, and such seals shall not be broken within the jurisdiction of the United States except by proper authority of the United States. No ship of war of a belligerent shall be permitted, while in any port, harbor, roadstead, or waters subject to the jurisdic- MECHANICAL DRAWING MATERIALS FOR SCHOOL Complete sets of Drawing Instruments from $1.10 to $6.50. Pencils, Inks and Paper for Drawing Scales. Slide Rules •t SOc and vip. PEMBROKE'S 24 EAST BROADWAY School Starting Starts the boys and girls, pupils and students, teachers, professors and all—buying ' FOUNTAIN PENS '